I too like holding on to older stuff and not upgrading but i really dont like those micro usb plugs, and dont get me started on apple products.
The Mighty+ charges at:Yes it does,but it has 2 built in batteries, i bet it charges each at 2amps... 4 in total. I bet we wont see it on the Crafty ever.
Would any vape manufacturer let people charge a single cell inside the vape at more than 2 amps ?
My old laptop has 6x18650 (probably) in its battery case, i see why it can be beneficial there,but since people are trying to make shit smaller,i dont see that becoming a thing.
--https://www.storz-bickel.com/en-us/support/mighty-plusThe MIGHTY+ has a USB-C charging port with improved charging function. This allows the MIGHTY+ to be charged with 45 watts. The completely redesigned circuit board allows for significantly increased performance. The new charging function helps the MIGHTY+ to charge its battery to 80% in approx. 40 minutes (+15V@3A).
I would honestly prefer no on-board charging if it's not USB-C. I can just get an external battery charger. It's a waste of space on a port that has a decent likelihood of failing.The only devices I have left that still use micro-usb are vapes, the rest of the electronics world has moved on. Even my IH is USB-C, my cellphone, my laptop charger etc. I'd love to trash all my Micro USB cables, they have always been trash. Most vapes usb ports are junk, and I find it funny that more often than not, cheapy cables work better with vapes than quality cables do.... it's why all my vapes except my Solo II are removable battery devices, I charge a supply of batteries and swap them out as needed. I don't see those problem with USB-C devices.
I use a 4 bay charger and charge all my 18650 batteries that way 95% of the time. I reserve the USB for travel needs only. I also have 10 spare batteries for 4 vapes and I rotate them as I charge them. I have 4 LG H2 that are 5 years old and still hold about 90% charge. I also try to not discharge them more than 50%.I would honestly prefer no on-board charging if it's not USB-C. I can just get an external battery charger. It's a waste of space on a port that has a decent likelihood of failing.
Look at first page,there is pic of the charger,. Both cells are wired in series and it charges them at 9v 3a .If the mighty+ has 45w charging power it means it's charging each battery at over 5a per battery. 4.2v @ 5a = 21w per battery, 2 batteries = 42w.
Also, with UBS-C you can use passthrough and run it forever as your source provides, which is a major step-up.
I would never run a Micro USB vape passthrough for reasons I described above and I want USB-C passthrough cause 12v DC passthrough sucks.
Well i am not expert electrician either. But i think it is 4.2v and 3 amps each.It just splits the voltage, amps stay the same.IDK anything about that, but lithium's you can't charge over 4.2v. So I'm guessing 9v 3a means 2 lithium's with 4.2v @ 3a each.
Are you sure it doesn make difference if they are in series or parallel , i dont have time to read now on the subject. A quick google says you need to up only voltage when in series,maybe the reason is that capacity doesnt stacks.For 45w charging with 2 lithium's you have to deliver 5a to each battery, their is no way around it.
Well i suggest doing research when you have time and link me to a source that confirms your saying, i am reading else online. Not saying you are not right ,i just need proof ,cause the info online says otherwise.You're trying to hard and I need to get back to gaming.
I'm talking about watts delivered to each battery.
To deliver 22w to a battery you HAVE TO SEND IT 4.2v @ 5a
Who told you it charges at 45w ? It charges at 9v 3amps so that is 27w in total, so that is 13.5w each. If it is 8.4v at 3 amps it is 25.2w = 12,6w each..OK look, the mighty charges @ 45w, split between 2 batteries. For it to charge @45w you have to send 22.5w to each battery, to do that you have to charge each battery @ 5a
I don't need to do research, I have already researched this enough.
You need to do research before playing.
It's quoted on the official manufacturing webpageWho told you it charges at 45w